Love, Humanity And Reconciliation

Theatre: ‘Mothers and Sons’
Wendy Power Spielmann, left, as Katherine; Paul Murphy, standing, as Cal; and Ely Loskowitz as Bud. Photo by Cindy Smith

“Mothers and Sons,” a play about homosexual men in New York City that opened for a three-month run on Broadway in 2014, has had much critical acclaim, some honors and a few short appearances around the country: about three weeks in Albuquerque, N.M., in 2015, and about a month in Philadelphia that same year.

The Ghent Playhouse opened its production of this knotty play — directed by Cathy Lee-Visscher — last weekend to a fairly large, more-varied-than-usual and very receptive audience.

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